The Palaszczuk Government tonight (Thursday) launched the inaugural Student Innovation Challenge promoting entrepreneurial thinking as one of the skill sets international students can acquire by studying in Queensland.
The Queensland LNP’s real opinion of women has been exposed for all to see with one of its MPs swearing in frustration at the mere thought of more female MPs in the party’s ranks.
Tourism and Major Events Minister Kate Jones today launched a world-first marketing initiative to shine the spotlight on Queensland’s best tourism experiences.
Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) is marshalling ground and aerial units in response to rapidly increasing bushfire activity across the state.
Queensland’s community sector is gearing up for the next phase of a jobs boom.
Biomedical enterprises with innovative ideas can now access grants to help commercialise their products and generate jobs under a new Palaszczuk Government program.
An innovative Queensland company is claiming line honours in the developmental race for the world's first commercially available solar-powered car.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has acknowledged Queensland’s nation-leading jobs growth as Tim Nicholls continues to talk down the Queensland economy.
Treasurer and Acting Energy Minister Curtis Pitt has called on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to visit some of Queensland’s state of the art wind, solar and hydro renewable energy projects during his blow in visit this week.
Attorney-General and Minister for Justice Yvette D’Ath has called on the LNP to stop scaring the community about youth crime in their desperate bid to win votes.
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CEDA 2017 STATE OF THE STATE ADDRESS
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today announced Brett Godfrey as the new Tourism and Events Queensland chair.
The first shipment of project freight for Ratch Australia Corporation’s Mount Emerald Wind Farm has arrived in Cairns (on Wednesday 20 September).
The Palaszczuk Government has funded 110 early and mid-career researchers to conduct key studies potentially impacting thousands of Queenslanders, Science Minister Leeanne Enoch announced today.
Double digit growth in business travel has helped produce another record breaking year for domestic visitation to Queensland.
Miners who lost their lives in fatal mines and quarry accidents and disasters were remembered today with the unveiling of a dedicated monument at Redbank, Ipswich, during Queensland’s annual Miners Memorial Day Service.
A new warning has been issued about more potentially dangerous “lunchbox” gas cookers as Queenslanders head off on holidays.
The Palaszczuk Government has called on Cairns businesses to find out how to tender for government work, with a Buy Queensland procurement strategy roadshow session to be held in Cairns.
The Palaszczuk Government will spend $65 million transforming one of the busiest intersections on one of South East Queensland’s busiest roads – the Sumners Road Interchange on the Centenary Highway.
Cleveland student Travis Lord has taken out the Queensland Government’s Stop the Hurting: End domestic Violence Music Slam competition, designed to help break the cycle of domestic and family violence.
United Petroleum is dramatically cutting the price of all E10 fuel across Queensland announced Treasurer Curtis Pitt.
Employment Minister Grace Grace will today host a Local Jobs First Roundtable in Cairns, bringing together government and industry to improve the employability of local young people in the tourism industry.
Minister for Police Mark Ryan and Commissioner Ian Stewart attended the Australasian Council of Women and Policing (ACWAP) 2017 Excellence in Policing Awards Dinner tonight as part of the 2017 International Women and Law Enforcement Conference at the Cairns Convention Centre in C ...
The current written learner test for young drivers could become a thing of the past, with an Australian-first trial to begin today set to revolutionise the ‘old’ multiple choice question paper for the first time in four decades.